Monday, 14 May 2018

Rap for milk

We were learning how to make a rap or poem about milk.
We had a really good rap.
The challenge was to make words rhyme that were about milk or Richie Mccaw.

Thursday, 3 May 2018

Iron sports

I learnt to embed a photo onto a Post.

Wednesday, 11 April 2018

My comic strip

 WALT:Make a comic strip.
My comic strip is about Ako.
Hi this is my comic strip.What I did to make this comic strip was to take four pictures.About different learning, mine is reading,thinking,writing and helping people with their work.

Tuesday, 10 April 2018


My challenge for this writing was proof reading it. WALT: I learnt about Mokoia pa. My art piece is about Mokoia Pa. It used to be a volcano that's why people went there for the fertile soil. It had lots of food and fish and it guarded by a fence and Maori. Mokoia Pa was close to Tamaki River so they get lots of fish with wakas. All the other tribes wanted to have their pa because it was the best pa.So they would fight for it. Once the two chiefs fought for Mokoia Pa.They wanted it for themselves so there was a big war
and Mokoia Pa was destroyed.

Thursday, 5 April 2018

Jarrod Smart Footprint

My name is Jarrod and I'm 9 years old and I'm a Year 5.
I am good at Maths,Writing and Reading.
I like playing rugby and joining in with school activities.
My challenges are to improve in my writing and to get 300 blog posts in this year and to learn new things.
I have moved up lots of levels and I learn more in this class.

My mum most inspires me because she pushes me to do the best I can do in learning.

Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Waku Tapu by Jeff Evans

I listen and read this article...
In a nutshell I learnt...

What is it about?
In 2012,two waka-Te Aurere and Ngahiraka Mai Tawhiti sailed out to rapanui.

Where did it take place?
 This is where they navigator
Doubtless Bay.

When did this happen?
In 2012 .

Who are the talking about?
Polynesian voyagers.

Why did they travel?
To see the world but mostly Rapanui.

How did they travel?
With two boats te Aurere and Ngahiraka Mai .

Tuesday, 12 December 2017